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  • Applied Musuem Studies | IVC
    APPLIED MUSEUM STUDIES OVERVIEW Applied Museum Studies AMS is an academic and career technical education program under the Department of Visual Arts in the School of The Arts at Irvine Valley College The AMS program emphasizes the development and practical application of up to date museum related job skills and museum theory This comprehensive program is designed to serve students preparing to enter the museum profession those re entering the work force and current museum workers looking for professional development opportunities Coursework includes topics related to all areas of museum operations but also apply to other collecting institutions art galleries and arts organizations Courses are taught in the context of the museum community to allow students to gain an insider s understanding of the demands of a career in the arts CURRICULUM Applied Museum Studies courses teach students the current best standards and practices from experienced working museum professionals The AMS curriculum includes courses in collections management curatorial practice visitor services museum education museum technologies art handling publicity and marketing and museum fundraising and development Course assignments replicate current museum practices and research and help AMS students to develop project portfolios while honing their professional soft skills In addition to the foundational class Introduction to Museums students may earn two Certificates of Proficiency Curatorial Studies and Visitor Services and Museum Education Applied Museum Studies Course List pdf CERTIFICATES OF PROFICIENCY CURATORIAL STUDIES MUSEUM EDUCATION VISITOR SERVICES Reference the Irvine Valley College 2014 2015 Catalog page 107 for more information PATHWAYS A student enrolled in the Applied Museum Studies program at Irvine Valley College may choose to focus on securing an internship finding a job or transferring to a four year institution in preparation of future baccalaureate or graduate study Career pathways for the successful AMS student may include Curatorial Research

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/arts/visual/history/pages/museum.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Major Requirements | IVC
    the legal profession is qualified through education training and or work experience to be employed or retained by a lawyer law office governmental agency or other entity The paralegal performs specifically delegated substantive legal work under the direction of an attorney Some of the services that a paralegal provides for an attorney include legal research development of law office systems client interviews drafts pleadings case briefs legal calendaring preparing discovery for litigated cases preparing drafts of wills and trusts and maintaining client records and files The paralegal program at Irvine Valley College prepares students to assist attorneys as paralegals in administrative agencies corporations insurance companies private law firms government and other legal environments Emphasis is on training students in practical application and development of up to date paralegal related job skills In addition the program introduces students to legal theory Certificates Degrees To learn more about the Paralegal Studies Certificate or Associate s Degree visit Paralegal Studies Certificate California Code provisions Paralegals working in California must comply with the Business and Professions code For more information see California Business and Professions Code 2013 pdf URL IVC Gainful Employment Disclosure Statement Paralegal Studies Body Business Sciences Technology Innovation Center Room BSTIC

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/bus/paralegal/pages/degree.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Photonics | IVC
    ATE award of 190 000 to fund the IVC Photonics Initiative The primary focus of the Initiative is on preparing students for employment in photonics a rapidly growing field that covers the science and engineering of devices that interact with light In addition instructors will work with the local business and education community providing on site demonstrations to increase awareness of the diverse opportunities in the field of photonics New courses developed and taught at IVC are based on the industry guided photonics curricula written by OP TEC the National Center for Optics and Photonics Education Prof Roy McCord and Dr Brian Monacelli Co Principal Investigators of the IVC grant are leading hands on laboratory driven classes utilizing state of the art industrial equipment The IVC Photonics Initiative team is collaborating with regional companies that manufacture advanced photonics devices or use photonics in engineering applications that range from laser surgery to homeland security The Initiative is designed to create a career path to employment via internships and industry guided coursework Photonics courses are being taught at IVC s Advanced Technology Education Park in Tustin OP TEC OP TEC Lasers Optics and Photonics Series Body Dr Lianna Zhao MD School of

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/physci/photonics/Pages/default.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Major Requirements | IVC
    School of Business Sciences Curriculum Degree General Information Overview Curriculum Degree School of Business Sciences Academics Home Page Content Major Students who complete the core curriculum are equipped with not only immediately marketable skills but also the coursework necessary to sit for the California Real Estate Broker s Examination They also earn transferable lower division credit that may be applied toward a baccalaureate degree in business related areas In addition individual courses in such areas as appraisal property management and real estate finance will provide students with entry level skills in these areas Numerous career opportunities exist for all students in the program both those who take individual courses and those who complete the coursework for the major Courses are offered primarily during evening and weekend hours to allow individuals with family and employment commitments the opportunity to study for a new or re entry career URL IVC Gainful Employment Disclosure Statement Real Estate IVC Gainful Employment Disclosure Statement Real Estate Sales Body Business Sciences Technology Innovation Center Room BSTIC 203 B 2nd Floor A Cathleen Greiner PhD School of Business Sciences Dean E cgreiner ivc edu T 949 451 5565 Bob Urell Academic Chair Business Sciences E burell ivc

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  • Certificate of Achievement | IVC
    and resource management certificate program is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to obtain employment or advancement in sustainable resource management or a zero waste related field Course requirements are designed to provide students with a holistic perspective on the relationship of recycling and zero waste to a changing global economy and climate Learning Outcomes Upon completion of Recycling and Resource Management Certificate program students will be able to Demonstrate a comprehensive perspective on the role that recycling and waste diversion plays in solving economic and environmental issues Identify employment resources across multiple industry sectors related to recycling and resource management Successfully integrate recycling and resource management strategies Understand that global culture economics and sustainability are part of managing resources Promote programs through community based social marketing Apply social marketing and resource management strategies in business and community plans Write zero waste business and community plans from goals to implementation Have the environmental and science background to initiate these new directions Required Courses Total Units 15 SRM 180 Introduction to Recycling and Resource Management 3 Units SRM 185 Culture and Zero Waste 3 Units SRM 190 Resource Management and Zero Waste in Business 3 Units SRM

    Original URL path: http://academics.ivc.edu/sbs/sustainability/pages/achievement.aspx (2016-02-13)
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  • Certificate of Proficiency | IVC
    students for entry level positions in recycling and resource management or job advancement within that field Courses focus on presenting skills and knowledge needed to prepare students for a wide range of work opportunities in the industry Topics include waste reduction and reuse methodologies collection technologies the separation purchasing and marketing of commodities economic analysis legislation and regulations public policy outreach and education and health and safety Learning Outcomes At the completion of this 12 unit certificate program students will be able to Comprehend basic recycling and resource management principles including but not limited to Zero Waste Extended Producer Responsibility and Product Stewardship Identify best practices for recycling waste diversion and resource recovery for the business sector and communities with the goal of formulating a Zero Waste plan Capable of researching important local state and federal legislation and regulations related to recycling waste diversion and sustainability Evaluate the role of materials management strategies and markets for sourcing materials and the implementation of recovery technologies used in the recycling reuse and composting industries Communicate and identify essential public outreach strategies used to market the concepts of Reduce Reuse and Recycle to the public Explain the waste assessment process and have the

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    site 6 2 years ago Images This system library was created by the Publishing feature to store images that are used on pages in this site 20 2 years ago Media 26 2 years ago Pages This system library was created by the Publishing feature to store pages that are created in this site 2 2 weeks ago Site Customized Reports This Document library has the templates to create Web

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  • Orientation | IVC
    to Distance Education Orientation New Students Distance Education Orientation Blackboard Requirements FAQ Testimonials Alumni Academics Home Math Requirements Math Special Instructions Math Course Campus Math 350 A H Math 350 Video Support Resources Student Resources Faculty Resources Technical Support Students Page Content Distance Education Orientation New Students If this is the first time you will be taking an online class at Irvine Valley College follow the links below to complete the required tutorials Tips for succeeding as an online Student Frequently asked questions How do I access my IVC student email account How to login to Blackboard Blackboard student tutorials produced by IVC Blackboard student tutorials produced by Blackboard Hardware and software requirements Special Instructions for Online Math Classes Math Economics students click here Now that you have completed the tutorials you may go to the specific online course orientation information for your course Online course orientation info for your specfic course is indicated directly on the Class Schedule Navigate to your specificcourse section for the orientation info If you have problems with any links please report them to Technical Support at ivctech ivc edu or 949 451 5696 The State of California Online Education Initiative offers these excellent student

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